Advantages and Primary Ways to Develope Low Carbon Economy in Jiangxi Province

Gu Shusheng
March 2013
Advances in Information Sciences & Service Sciences;Mar2013, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p804
Academic Journal
Low carbon economy is a kind of economic form including low carbon development, low carbon industry, low carbon technology, low carbon lifestyle and so on and is a economy development pattern formed under the background of facing global climate change. Low carbon economy is also a new requirement of economy growth model in human society in order to achieve sustainable development. Developing low carbon economy and addressing climate change with joint efforts have became our consensus among all the countries in the world. Jiangxi province is poor in energy resources, so developing low carbon economy is a realistic choice for rejuvenating economy and is a good opportunity to accelerate economy growth speed. Besides a good ecological environment, Jiangxi possesses a solid industrial foundation of developing low carbon economy, yet has many disadvantages in technologies and policies. This paper analyzed the advantages and challenges we are facing in developing low carbon economy in Jiangxi province, and put forward corresponding main ways to developing low carbon economy in Jiangxi province.


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